Family car desperately needed

Update posted by Michel Henkel On Feb 10, 2016

I know, this isn't a "it is urgent, we're starving to death" fundraiser and it surely sounds like a typical first-world problem. But the struggle is real. The problems are real. Even the simple shopping for our everyday needs is a real pain. We can't take part on any social life since we're stuck at our little village. We can't visit our sons Grandma because she lives at the other side of the country. Actually our son didn't saw his Grandma since almost 2 years.

So i know, there are people having it much worse. But this doesn't make our problems disappear. We beg your help.

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Update posted by Michel Henkel On Jan 27, 2016

Every wednesday afternoon, our son has a therapy. They had to leave at 12:45PM and will be back shortly after 5PM, so more than 4 hours. We could do this in something less than 2 hours with a car which would give our son some time to spend with his friends. In our country, wednesday is the day every schoolar has the afternoon off so the best day to meet friends. Well, not for our son, he spends 2 hours waiting for trains and busses.



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Update posted by Michel Henkel On Jan 25, 2016

To get to the next village with a train station, the last bus in the morning leaves our village at 7:58. The next bus leaves at 11:43, no other possibilities between these two.

Similar problem in the evening. If you miss the bus leaving at 19:50 we'll have to wait until 22:20, which is also the last bus back to our village. So this means, be there or be square.

Hope you get an idea what the problem is. Finding a suitable time to attend doctors appointments is quite difficult. And right now we don't even talk about urgencies.

So please, if you can spend some money, it would really be a great help for us all.



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